Bradley Kendrick (b. 1991) is an artist from Baton Rouge, LA and is currently attending the University of North Texas to receive his BFA in Photography. His work focuses on relationships and capturing intimate moments. Bradley’s work speaks to the way we understand one another and interact in our day-to-day relationships by documenting the people he meets and chooses to interact with through semi-candid portraiture. His goal is to allow each person photographed to project their own narrative through his lens. Bradley has shown at UNT Galleries and has an upcoming show with fellow artist Jake Dockins at Voertman’s Gallery in Denton, TX.
Sharing Flip Flops Means We Care
Sharing Flip Flops Means We Care is a series of portraits that document the emotional comfort between the photographer and his subjects who are family and friends. By allowing the subject to posture themselves in front of the lens, the artist is able to step back and compose a photograph that captures the intimate dance between physical awareness and emotional vulnerability. The photos are a dialogue between the artist and his loved ones as they share an experience to build a visual understanding of the dynamic relationship they have chosen to commit to.
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